Items where SHU Author is "Allwood, Daniel"

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CHAPPELL, Andrew, ALLWOOD, Daniel and SIMPER, Trevor (2018). Citrulline Malate fails to improve German volume training performance in healthy young men and women. The Journal of Dietary Supplements.

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ALLWOOD, Daniel, BROWNE, D.L. and LEY, S.V. (2014). Synthesis and Use of a Trifluoromethylated Azomethine Ylide Precursor: Ethyl 1-Benzyl-trans-5-(trifluoromethyl)pyrrolidine-3-carboxylate. Organic Syntheses, 91, 162-174.

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CHAPPELL, Andrew, ALLWOOD, Daniel and SIMPER, Trevor (2018). Citrulline malate supplementation does not improve German Volume Training performance or reduce muscle soreness in moderately trained males and females. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 15 (1), p. 42.

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BATTILOCCHIO, Claudio, FEIST, Florian, HAFNER, Andreas, SIMON, Meike, TRAN, Duc, ALLWOOD, Daniel, BLAKEMORE, David and LEY, Steven (2016). Iterative reactions of transient boronic acids enable sequential C–C bond formation. Nature Chemistry, 8 (4), 360-363.

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ROUQUET, Guy, MOORE, Dianna E., SPAIN, Malcolm, ALLWOOD, Daniel, BATTILOCCHIO, Claudio, BLAKEMORE, David C., FISH, Paul V., JENKINSON, Stephen, JESSIMAN, Alan S., LEY, Steven V., MCMURRAY, Gordon and STORER, R. Ian (2015). Design, synthesis, and evaluation of tetrasubstituted pyridines as potent 5-HT2CReceptor agonists. ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 6 (3), 329-333.

ALLWOOD, Daniel, BLAKEMORE, David C., BROWN, Alan D. and LEY, Steven V. (2014). Metal-free coupling of saturated heterocyclic sulfonylhydrazones with boronic acids. The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 79 (1), 328-338.

ALLWOOD, Daniel, BLAKEMORE, David C. and LEY, Steven V. (2014). Preparation of unsymmetrical ketones from tosylhydrazones and aromatic aldehydes via formyl C–H bond insertion. Organic Letters, 16 (11), 3064-3067.

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